SUSSEX CO., Del - The State of Emergency is still in effect in Delaware, while the damages around the state are examined.
Governor Jack Markell has lowered the travel ban, to a Level 1 warning, meaning that you can drive, but it is strongly discouraged. Travel into evacuation zones will not be allowed until it is deemed safe, by officials. Many roads remain closed because of flooding or debris. There are more than 20 staffed checkpoints on roads throughout the county.
Crews are assessing the damages, and will continue to do so throughout the day. They say its still to early to tell how much damage has truly been done. The State of Emergency is still on for the county and the state. Utility crews are working to restore service to more than 3,700 customers in the Delmarva Power and Delaware Electric Cooperative service territories.
There are still three shelters open to those displaced by the storm, at Cape Henlopen High School, Indian River High School, and Milford Middle School.